Founded: 1869. Located in Dickinson County, in the Central Region of the state. Population 2000: 865 and Elevation: 1137 feet. Situated on the bank of the Smoky Hill River 6 miles east of Abilene. A major junction town, meeting at the junction of the Union Pacific, the Atchison, Topeka & SantaFe, and the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railways.
Enterprise has great parks; the big traditional park offers playgrounds and picnic areas. There's also an ecological park and nature trail built by the Lions. There are many beautiful buildings and homes in town. Some are downtown, but others can only be found by wandering around town.
Locals and visitors alike enjoy riding the Abilene and Smoky Valley excursion train, which crosses the Smoky Hill just west of Enterprise. The train runs on track that was once part of the Rock Island railroad.